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The benchmark results represent a greater than ten-fold (10x) decrease in the per-Desktop costs of SAN-based, high-availability virtual desktop infrastructures (VDIs) FORT LAUDERDALE: DataCore Software, the premier provider of software-based storage virtualization solutions, today announced benchmark results and a research paper which together represent the first practical architecture for SAN-based vDesktops (virtual desktops) in real-world […]
Dell, Citrix, and Microsoft provide an end-to-end optimized solution for remote, server-hosted desktop virtualization called Dell Virtual Remote Desktop (VRD). This solution combines Dell’s client, server, storage, networking hardware, and services with Citrix XenDesktop desktop virtualization technology and Microsoft’s server virtualization and management infrastructure.
Wyse Technology, the global leader in cloud client computing, today announced its participation in IPExpo October 20th to 21st at Earls Court 2, London. As the UK’s largest end-to-end IT infrastructure event, IPExpo provides an ideal opportunity to see the latest advances from Wyse in its cloud, virtualization and wireless solutions. Wyse is participating in both the exhibition and the seminar sessions, and is located at Stand 466.
This week Microsoft opened up a public beta of Enterprise Desktop Virtualization (MED-V) 2.0. So what exactly is MED-V? It’s an enterprise management solution that uses Microsoft Virtual PC as a platform in order to provide a localized strategy for desktop virtualization, but with centralized management. It helps to create, deploy, manage, monitor, and control Virtual PC virtual machines in a corporate environment.
VMworld Europe 2010: vWorkspace Continues to Give More Users More Options and Greater Flexibility for Virtual Desktop and Application Delivery. Quest vWorkspace with the introduction of vWorkspace connector software for the iPad and “Zero PCs.”
Today at VMworld 2010 Europe, VMware, Inc., the global leader in virtualization and cloud infrastructure, advanced its vision for the future of end user computing with new products and a partnership to help organizations evolve their legacy desktop computing environments to a more modern, user-centric application and data delivery model.
The new XenDesktop 5 brings unprecedented levels of simplicity and power to virtual desktops for both users and IT. It supports a wide range of new consumer devices, thousands of new third-party products and an entirely new generation of web and software-as-a-service (SaaS) apps. XenDesktop 5 also extends the benefits of desktop virtualization to millions of laptop users for the first time ever, giving them virtual desktops “to go” with the new Citrix XenClient™ hypervisor.
This paper discusses best practices guides on how to configure Microsoft Windows 7 for optimal performance in a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) implementation. This white paper provides an overview on how to configure various subsystems of Windows 7 to minimize the performance requirements on the shared storage and ESX environment.